In developed countries, anyone who hasn't had the experience and testing to earn a driver's license does not have the opportunity to legally operate a vehicle. The Chances concept vehicle would change this, for it has been dreamed up as an automobile that's intuitive to manage and has safety features built-in.
Siriphong Roongruengvuthikul's idea was to design a semi-autonomous machine that can keep to its lane and avoid collisions. This automized feature can be employed to various degrees, enabling an experienced driver to take more control.
For newer drivers, however, the Chances concept vehicle can be handled by a simple accelerator function and by merely leaning to the left or right to initiate turns. Perhaps best for scenic journeys, rather than traffic and urban congestion, this avant-garde automotive can allow anyone to feel the freedom of the open road.
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